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Old 03-23-2007, 01:21 PM
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You may want to consider a raw egg a few times a week as well added to the kibble. That can help a lot as well...

I also wanted to add that I agree with Zoom. The picture of the gray poodle is of a dog that has been professionally groomed and his hair has been teased and blown out to get that full & fluffy appearance. If you take your pup to a professional groomer, he would come home looking very similar.
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Old 03-23-2007, 01:44 PM
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but keep in mind that 99 is still a puppy. His coat isn't going to be as thick as it will be when he's older. Also, the grey dog in the picture was "blown out" with a forced air hose or blow dryer. That will make the coat look much thicker as well, since it is fluffy and loose, not tight and wavy.
definately something to keep in mind. if you are loving your dog and feeding it properly [which it sounds like you are already doing], i wouldn't stress about having a particular coat. not all dogs in the same breed have the exact same look. the most gorgeous poodle i know has this gorgeous, shiny, wavy hair, not so much curly or puffed out.
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